A natural-born explorer, I’ve spent most of my existence looking to the stars and dreaming of the mysteries they might reveal to me. Lately, I’ve come to realize it’s foolish to chart a course for the vast unknown without first discovering all that surrounds me each and every day. To that end, I have decided to embark on a miniature mission to share my petite perspective. I invite you to come along as we explore together what I like to refer to as the “little” known facts about Huntsville.
Huntsville, Alabama, nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is a close-knit community bursting at the seams with thoughtful kind-hearted folk who are quick to wave “Howdy, neighbor” while taking lazy, hazy afternoon strolls down tree-lined drives and…
WAIT JUST ONE MINUTE!! Okay, we’re sort of all those things but we are also highly-educated, craft beer swilling, food truck noshing, pun-loving geeks who sometimes like to reminisce with lobster bisque and pay homage with our fromage. To that end and for just a little foodie fun, I have compiled a list of some of the must-try space-themed menu offerings from Rocket City restaurants.
Why space-themed you ask? Really? You asked that?
Here they are, the galactically good eats that are near and dear to this Wee Naut and my great big appetite…
Baked falafel, spinach, and tomato on olive garlic FredBread; these ever so appropriately named “stars” are indeed luminous spheres of chick peas held together by their own gravity plus a delightful sesame sauce. This stellar creation certainly lives up to its macrocosm moniker (That’s its “name” to you and me.)
This eponymous-ish tribute features bratwurst wrapped in pizza dough with sauerkraut, onion, cheese, and mustard. It’s somewhat crispy on the outside and ooey gooey genius on the inside, much like the man for which it is named.
This galactic goodness is made with milk, chocolate syrup, chocolate Bavarian coffee, chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, and chocolate chips. For those who love their chocolate with, you know, a side of chocolate. This celestial sampling definitely deserves further study.
The best possible way to start your dinner launch sequence is this astronomically-good appetizer featuring a sriracha cream sauce and confetti peppers. As a connoisseur of the power behind a little flame, trust me, this cosmic crustacean is sure to please!
With its crispy bacon, lettuce, avocado, smoked Gouda and tomato on multi-grain bread, “The B.L.A.S.T!” may not have been the spark German rocket scientists were looking for when they transferred to Huntsville in 1950, but they certainly would not have been disappointed.
There you have it, folks. The universally delicious dining found only in the Rocket City.
So, get out there and explore the fantastic food frontier!
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Buzz Huntsville currently serves as Chief Communications Officer for his internal hopes and dreams. He has been tweeting about the awesomeness of life in the Rocket City since early January 2014. Buzz is perhaps best known for his unhealthy obsession with all things Space. He enjoys tweet-stalking NASA, covertly attending local events where he shamelessly tweets selfies and long walks on the Moon.